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WRRR'S ONTR WAV WflTTCT 5 r.nOTf A pffRTOftV Rw "MnnsiMir Tan TWRUnn ,. -. Jean Millon, chef of the Ritz" Carlton hotel' of New York, has prepared for The Day Book his recipe for cooking a turkey. In reply to The Day Book's re quest for his. mode of cooking our national bird, M. Millon wrote: 1 Jearr Millon l have the pleasure to enclose the tecipe for the'di?h 'Liberty Day Turkey,7r arid that recipe is given below. Liberty Day Turkey, Foijlone young turkey 3 to 4 lbs. tke Yt lb. of very fine sau sage rneat;seaLSonwell with salt' and pepper. - Then take y2 fb. of best ctfest nuts; split them lightly and put them in the oven for about 5 min utes; shell quickly and boil them almost entirely in some con somme with a little celery; let cool i when cold mc4he chestnuts .with the sausage, meat. Take away the wish and breast bones of the turkey; stuff your Hird well, dress itand roast in the oven or before the grill, taking good care to baste it well. When rfcady serve the ravy of the ttir key (a little fat) at the same time.- THE MAYOR'S WIFE ' Rudolph Blankenburg the re fqrm. mayor of Philadelphia, has a public-spirited wife with ideas on the questjon or municipal gov ernment. After election, .he re ferred the Yepqrters to her and she cheerfully remarked that now sfie would have a .chance to carry her ideas into effect. It is in ferred tbat she. will be mayor, pr at least tlje power behind the mayor's hand. - Of course, we shall hear a lot about "petticoat government"" if this happens, but if it turn? out that Philadelphia "corrupt and contented" shall become a shin ing light of progressed human ity ,t the laugh will be on the other side, Philadelphia certainly needs ' something different. New York women may smoke in public unless it creates a riot, is decision of corporation counsel, so now! - " "Why," says ar biographer of Joseph Pulitzer, owner' of the New. York World, was the word ji&$m$f,$f&oiu isn joUxa oiif.